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Title Components of emotional meaning : a sourcebook / Johnny J.R. Fontaine, Klaus R. Scherer, and Cristiana Soriano.
Imprint Oxford : Oxford University Press, 2013.
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Series Series in affective science
Series in affective science.
Subject Language and emotions -- Cross-cultural studies.
Alt Name Fontaine, Johnny J. R.,
Scherer, Klaus R.,
Soriano, Cristina,
Oxford University Press.
Description 1 online resource (xiii, 651 pages) : illustrations (black and white)
Bibliography Note Includes bibliographical references and index.
Summary When using emotion terms such as anger, sadness, fear, disgust and contempt, it is assumed that the terms used in the negative language of the researchers, and translated into English, are completely equivalent in meaning. This is often not the case. This book presents an extensive cross-cultural/linguistic review of the meaning of emotion words.
Note Online resource; title from home page (viewed on August 26, 2013).
Contents Cover; Contents; List of contributors; List of GRID collaborators; General introduction: A paradigm for a multidisciplinary investigation of the meaning of emotion terms; PART I: Disciplinary perspectives and theoretical approaches to the meaning of emotion words; 1 Measuring the meaning of emotion words: A domain-specific componential approach; 2 Dimensional, basic emotion, and componential approaches to meaning in psychological emotion research; 3 Folk emotion concepts: Lexicalization of emotional experiences across languages and cultures; 4 Linguistic theories of lexical meaning
PART II: The GRID instrument: Hypotheses, operationalization, data, and overall structure5 The why, the what, and the how of the GRID instrument; 6 Cross-cultural data collection with the GRID instrument; 7 The global meaning structure of the emotion domain: Investigating the complementarity of multiple perspectives on meaning; PART III: Decomposing the meaning of emotion terms: Analysis by emotion component; 8 From emotion to feeling: The internal structure of the Feeling component; 9 Embodied emotions: The Bodily reaction component; 10 The "mirror of the soul": The Expression component
11 Emotion is for doing: The Action tendency component12 Driving the emotion process: The Appraisal component; 13 The meaning structure of emotion terms: Integration across components; PART IV: Psychological perspectives; 14 The new NOVELTY dimension: Method artifact or basic dimension in the cognitive structure of the emotion domain?; 15 From meaning to experience: The dimensional structure of emotional experiences; 16 Reviving a forgotten dimension-potency in affective neuroscience; 17 Maggots and morals: Physical disgust is to fear as moral disgust is to anger
18 The GRID meets the Wheel: Assessing emotional feeling via self-report19 Assessing interindividual differences in emotion knowledge: Exploring a GRID-based approach; PART V: Cultural-comparative perspectives; 20 The conceptualization of despair in Basque, Spanish, and English; 21 Finno-Ugric emotions: The meaning of anger in Estonian and Finnish; 22 Types of anger in Spanish and Russian; 23 What the GRID can reveal about culture-specific emotion concepts: A case study of Russian "toska"; 24 Pride is not created equal: Variations between Northern and Southern Italy
25 The meaning of pride across cultures26 Cultural differences in the meaning of guilt and shame; PART VI: Linguistic perspectives; 27 Comparing the Natural Semantic Metalanguage (NSM) approach to emotion and the GRID paradigm; 28 Conceptual Metaphor Theory and the GRID paradigm in the study of anger in English and Spanish; 29 English "fear" and Polish "strach" in contrast: The GRID paradigm and the Cognitive Corpus Linguistic methodology; 30 Triangulating the GRID: A corpus-based cognitive linguistic analysis of five Greek emotion terms; PART VII: Special topics; 31 The GRID study in India
ISBN 9780191504778 (electronic bk.)
0191504777 (electronic bk.)
9780191762765 (electronic bk.)
0191762768 (electronic bk.)
OCLC # 862884676



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